Long ago, families gathered around the fire to share stories and pass down a wealth of knowledge to future generations. Not much has changed, especially when you consider the legacy of Bare Bones BBQ. Kelly Norton gathered around the fire of his grandparents' BBQ pit, learning the tricks of the trade and the secret in the sauce. Now, he's serving up that low and slow smoked goodness from a food truck roaming in Bellingham, WA.
Bare Bones BBQ was made from his own bare hands. No joke. The trailer itself was built using recycled materials, and he's built a community around his delicious meat. From low and slow smoked ribs to pork butt and shoulder, all meats are locally sourced to keep the communal spirit alive. Find Bare Bones BBQ on the streets, or have 'em bring the meats to your next backyard shindig. It's a surefire way to fire up your own family tradition.
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